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Re: hurd does NOT need /hurd

Richard Kettlewell <richardk@chiark.greenend.org.uk> writes:
> Tollef Fog Heen <tollef@add.no> writes:

>> which is why #! /usr/bin/env $program is the preferred form.
> I'm aware of that.  But there's a few problems with that approach:
>  * it doesn't work if you don't have /usr mounted yet
>  * if you've installed a new 'env' in /usr/local/bin or ~/bin or
>    whatever, it still uses the old 'env'

(I'm not sure I can argue that this one is really a problem, actually,
having thought about it a bit more.)

>  * it reduces the space you've got for the rest of the command line on
>    systems that limit the length of a #! line
> It'd be nice to have a proper fix, rather than a 99%-functional
> workaround.


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